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# How much does a pallet of sod weigh?

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A pallet of sod can have variable weight depending on the amount of moisture content within the soil. Various sod specialists provide different estimates on how much a pallet weighs. Estimates range between 1,500 and 3,000 pounds, with most estimates close to 2,000 pounds.

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According to Fulton Grass, their pallet of sod weighs 2,000 to 2,500 pounds. Their pallet covers approximately 450 square feet of space. Aldino Sod Farms provides a broader estimate, stating that a pallet can weigh between 1,500 and 3,000 pounds. The farm's full pallet comes in 100 pieces, each weighing between 15 and 30 pounds; in addition, the pallet covers approximately 500 square feet. Easton Sod provides estimates of 1,800 pounds per pallet, covering 500 square feet of space.

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